Monday, February 6, 2012

Hand Spun Bouquet

YBD is happy to announce our newest line, Pagewood Farm! Sandy made this lovely cowl (free pattern with purchase of Bouquet) in no time at all.



This new fiber, Bouquet by Pagewood Farm, will be available at YBD's booth #5 this weekend at the Pittsburgh Knit and Crochet Festival. We hope to see all of you there!!

How Pagewood Farm began:
Pagewood Farm grew from Robin and Chuck Page’s love of fiber arts. As hobbyists, they mastered the art of spinning 2-ply and novelty yarns. Selling their yarns at various venues they soon developed a loyal following. Robin studied under master spinners and dyers to hone her creative abilities and color sense resulting in completely original colorways and novelty yarns. As Pagewood Farm continued to grow Robin developed a unique dye process to create hand dyed yarn colors unlike any other. While still maintaining their handcrafting roots Pagewood Farm has expanded to be featured in yarn shops nationwide and are becoming known worldwide. Their goal, to be at the creative lead in the handcrafted fiber industry, has resulted in numerous hand dyed sock yarn and other weight yarn blends available in an ever growing list of original colorways and tone-on-tone solids. For spinners and needle felters, roving, locks and needle felting kits have been added. New fiber product ideas are a constant crop at Pagewood Farm.

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